The Doom Patrol recently made their live-action debut on Titans last week, and the response to them has been incredible. Most have thought we would have to wait until next year to see them again, but we have now learned that we may see the team again on this season of Titans. Advertisements
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Ever since it was revealed Cyborg would be making his small screen debut fans have been anxious to learn how his cybernetic look would be adapted. It has previously been stated that the costume will be far more practical than that worn by Ray Fisher in Justice League. Well, now we have some new information on
The Doom Patrol are going to have their hands full when the series debuts in 2019. We’ve exclusively learned that the upcoming DC Universe show will feature The Hoodmen.
Another villain has been added to the upcoming Arrowverse crossover. According to EW, Bob Frazer has joined the cast of Elseworlds as DC Comics villain, Psycho-Pirate.
It seems we might have to wait just a bit longer for the next live-action adaption from DC Universe.
DC Universe’s breakout live-action series could be further diversifying its cast next season. Launching with a diversified cast amid controversy, Titans has proved itself to break molds within the first two episodes released. Comicbook.com has reported that the Titans executive producer Geoff Johns has spoken to TV Line about what is in store for the future of the series, teasing
Details have been trickling out from the highly anticipated Arrowverse crossover Elseworlds with pictures coming out showing Stephen Amell in the Flash suit, Superman’s black suit, John Wesley Shipp on set as the flash, and now our first look at LaMonica Garrett in full costume as The Monitor.
If ever there was a time to get back into the CW superhero shows, this is it. Just hours ago, Arrow star Stephen Amell tweeted an image from the CW’s upcoming crossover event “Elseworlds”, featuring none other than John Wesley Shipp as the Scarlet Speedster himself, The Flash: No big deal. Just working with @JohnWesleyShipp
Over the last year, fans of DC Comics and media have been eagerly waiting for their chance to log on to the highly anticipated launch of the DC Universe, a members-only streaming service that gives access to thousands comics, movies and TV shows from the 84-year catalog of one of the oldest and largest superhero
A hot topic of debate surrounding DC Universe’s Titans has been the look and feel of the heroes’ costumes. On one hand, characters like Robin, Hawk, and Dove have costumes with great attention to detail and near movie quality. On the other hand, characters like Raven and Starfire have much “simpler” costumes that don’t resemble their